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Originally Posted by bidaci View Post
Same here. I find that it is the lack of variation in my position on the bike. Been toying with the idea of betting rollers to see if it helps. Pedaling a bike and going nowhere is just wrong......
That might help - I find the trainer pretty uncomfortable as well, and seem to have less pain/numbness on rollers, though my friend has been 'borrowing' my trainer for quite a while so who knows how accurate my memory is. But at least rollers are more fun!

It seems like any fit issues you have just get magnified on a trainer. I used to ride a too-big bike and the lower back pain it caused was 10x worse on the trainer.
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